Regina Nationals, Prairie Champs
Behind the strong right arm of "Swainey" Swainson, Regina Nationals emerged as prairie senior baseball champions. Regina topped the Moose Jaw All-Stars for the Southern League pennant then went on to capture the league playoffs, Southern Saskatchewan title, and provincial championship before beating the Alberta representatives for the prairie crown.
Nationals won twelve straight playoff games. Swainson, who won four of five decisions during the regular season, won six straight playoff games to finish the summer with a 10-1 won, lost record.
Moose Jaw's Wilf Pennington was the league's mound workhorse appearing in 14 of the All-Stars' 17 games. He led the loop with seven wins.
Outfielder Bill Clayton of the Milestone Sioux won the batting crown with a .365 average.
In late June, the Vancouver Sun reported that Reggie Yasui the catcher for the Asahis of the Vancouver Terminal League hadn't made an error in two years. And, that wasn't the best of his performance. He was the league's leading hitter.